29th July 2013Copeland MP and Shadow Health Minister, Jamie Reed, has reacted to the announcement by North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust that they will be undertaking an urgent review into staffing levels and skills mix. He said:“Staffing levels is a key issue in North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust. This is shown by the reports published … More NCUHT Staffing Review
16th July 2013Member of Parliament for Copeland and Shadow Health Minister, Jamie Reed, has reacted to Sir Bruce Keogh’s review into North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust. He said:“Professor Sir Bruce Keogh has produced a comprehensive piece of work which must lead to improvements in our local health services. He points out that we should be … More Keogh Review
15th July 2013Copeland MP and Shadow Health Minister Jamie Reed has called for hospital services across North & West Cumbria to be protected in advance of the publication of the Keogh Review. He said: “I have supported the work of Bruce Keogh from the outset. We need full transparency in the NHS if we are to solve problems and … More Protecting Hospital Services
13th July 2013 saw a cohort of 31 graduates from the Gen II scheme receive their qualifications at Energus, Lillyhall. The graduates completed their courses part-time, while in employment in the area. Foundation Degrees in Nuclear Related Technology and BEng Honours Degrees in Nuclear Plant and Process were presented at the ceremony. It was the … More GEN II’s new graduates
Jamie Reed MP visited the foodbank in Millom during July, and found out that 11 people in the town had used the foodbank that week. He said: “The foodbank is a superb example of a church movement filling in the gaps, but if you want to know what austerity looks like, it’s uncut grass, neglected … More Visiting Millom’s foodbank
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